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Four Seasons Hotel Doha partners with acclaimed Chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa for launch of Nobu Doha

Chef Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa
Four Seasons Hotel Doha, in partnership with acclaimed Chef Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa, has announced the anticipated debut of Nobu Doha, set to open at the end of the year.  The tri-level restaurant will showcase the very best in culinary experiences with innovative cuisine matched by panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf and impressive architecture.  The collaboration is the first and only of its kind located at a Four Seasons in the Middle East region.

“Similar to Four Seasons, Nobu is celebrated worldwide for the intuitive, highly personalised and exceptional guest service, matched by novel dining concepts,” said Rami Sayess, regional vice president and general manager of Four Seasons Hotel Doha. “The collaboration between these two iconic brands will both compliment and enrich Four Seasons’ already superb amenities for our discerning guests, as well as redefine Doha’s culinary scene as the most coveted restaurant in the region for epicureans and travellers alike.”

"I'm very excited to finally open our second Nobu in the Middle East,” said Chef Nobu Matsuhisa.  “It is an honour for me to be able to share my food and culture with different people around the world. I look forward to new challenges and adventures with the opening of Nobu Doha."

Chef Matsuhisa is renowned for his loyal clientele of the world’s most affluent celebrities and connoisseurs.  Drawing upon Matsuhisa’s classical training as a sushi chef in Tokyo, his life abroad in South America, and his travels around the world, Nobu Doha will showcase Nobu’s signature style Japanese cuisine, as well as new creations infusing local ingredients representative of the region such as exotic spices and fresh seafood from the Arabian Gulf including black-streaked monocole bream and orange-spotted trevally.

Designed by internationally acclaimed architect David Rockwell and his firm Rockwell Group, the 26,000 square-foot Nobu Doha promises to be the largest of its kind in the brand’s global portfolio.  The restaurant will feature an expansive 192-seat interior dining area, intimate 10-seat sushi counter, two exclusive private dining rooms, and a one-of-a-kind 82-seat roof top lounge that encompasses both indoor and outdoor seating options. 

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